Located in Germany, this impressive facade called 555 Kubik seeks to convey architecture as a living, breathing facet of humanity that we interact with on a day-to-day basis. The projections are meant to symbolize the building’s consciousness.
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The World’s Most Astounding Skyscrapers: Robot Building (Bangkok)
Built to reflect the increasing computerization of banking, architect Sumet Jumsai created this unique design for the Bank of Asia in 1986. The two antennas of the head of the robot serve as lightning rods and communication equipment.
Made of mud, Mali’s Great Mosque of Djenné features stunning minarets and Islamic influences.
Constructed between 1880 and 1887, Rio de Janeiro’s Royal Portuguese Reading Room (The Real Gabinete Português de Leitura) houses the largest and most valuable collection of Portuguese literature outside of, well, Portugal.
One of the most opulent social spaces in the United States, the Portobello Estate sits majestically at New port Beach, California and may be rented for formal gatherings and family affairs.
After decades of occupation, isolation and decay courtesy of Great Britain and Japan, Hong Kong’s walled city of Kowloon–originally serving as a largely ungoverned Chinese settlement–now serves as a city park.